In this, Crossing Boundaries, our latest biannual issue of Le Rythme, we are excited to share the ideas, methods, and visions of 14 contributors from 9 countries and 3 continents: South Africa, Mexico, the USA, Austria, Switzerland, France, Germany, England, and the Netherlands.
Le Rythme ́s past journeys have taken us into the scientific aspects of eurhythmics and through its artistic identity. Now, thanks to our authors, we explore how borders and limitations can be crossed and breakthroughs made: how eurhythmics can be incorporated and effectively used in other disciplines; how it can inspire an artist to find mobility and add expressive dimensions to her work, and especially, how inherent to its methodology is the inevitability that boundaries of all kinds will be crossed, willingly or in spite of ourselves.
We hope that this current issue brings you new revelations about the transformative power of our shared field, and that it inspires you to consider participating in our next one—its theme as yet unknown. In the meantime, we are proud to offer you this one.
The editorial team with Mary Brice, Fabian Bautz and Dorothea Weise, who were responsible for the 2019, 2021 and 2023 editions, says goodbye with this issue and wishes inspiring reading.
Lucern · Geneva · Berlin May 2023